The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) recently suffered a major defeat in the old city of Mosul, Iraq. However, as it loses territories in the Middle East, cells of the terrorist group have announced their desire to create a “wilayah” or state in South East Asia.
Throughout much of this year, the manufacturing sector was a major growth driver for Singapore’s economy. According to the latest data from the Economic Development Board, manufacturing output rose for the tenth straight month in May, though growth was markedly slower at only five percent.
Based on statistics from the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, property price index slumped across the residential and commercial sectors in 1Q17.
Tech heavy Nasdaq Composite took a beating last Friday when Goldman Sachs and UBS suggested that tech stocks are potentially overheated.
In a matter of just 2.5 years since its initial public offering, shares of mm2 Asia (mm2) have flipped more than 10 times its IPO price of $0.0625 (after adjusting for stock split) per share to the current $0.64 per share.
We have all heard of hedge funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). Put your money in them, pay some fees, and let the fund managers do their job.
It was in 2013 when the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission established the direct listing framework to allow Chinese companies to list directly on our local bourse.
S&P Global Ratings have downgraded Noble Group’s (Noble) long-term credit rating by three notches to CCC+, effectively calling on Noble’s bonds as “junk” grade.
Ezion Holdings (Ezion) released its 1Q17 results last Friday on 12 May 2017 and a slew of analysts’ reports for the highly watched oil and gas (O&G) counter were quickly circulated.
It is the earnings season and results releases are ramping up! Have you spotted any companies that have beaten market expectations?